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early morning news. candidate profile. we take a deeper look at rod blum the software businessman turned congressman. maintaining control. iowa senator chuck grassley is predicting republicans will hold on to the u-s senate. views on voter fraud. a recent poll shows voters from multiple parties believe some ballots are bogus. good t 25th. here's a live look at the city cam. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a cloudy tuesday with a slight chance at a few rain showersdeveloping later today. the overall timing of this low pressure system hasn't changed at all and should drop most of its rain during the night and into wednesday morning. a half inch to one inch of
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departs on wednesday afternoon. clouds should linger well into thursday with a return to much above normal temperatures by friday. in fact, many areas have a good shot at 70+ degrees again by friday afternoon, with warmer than normal temperatures going well into next week as well. today: isolated showers developing late in the afternoon and evening. wind: se 10-20. high: 56 tonight: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely. windy. wind: se 15-25. low: 50 tomorrow: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely, mostly in the morning. windy at times. wind: var 10-20. high: 56 tom. night: mostly cloudy and cooler. wind: nw 5-15. low: 42
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for a second term in the u-s congress. he's running against democrat monica vernon in iowa's first congressiona l district. kcrg-tv9's katie wiedemann talked with blum about his bid for re- election. congressman rod blum will be the first person to tell you where he came from. "i am a small business man who's operated in the private sector for my entire career. i ran for one reason and one reason only. i love the united states of america. " blum ofte from washington d.c. to job shadow people working here in iowa. "i think it's a good thing to get out there and do what the citizens are doing, in the private sector. " while in d.c. he says his focus remains on the issues. things like social security reform, debt reduction and national security. he says he strongly opposed the iran nuclear agreement. "i read that agreement word for word, had we had a chance to vote for it in the house, it would have been a heck no. " as for the race to the white house..... "i follow the presidential election, this close. " and while blum has pledged his
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for in this presidential election. "everyone is this country, everyone in eastern iowa understands donald trump is crude. he talks crude sometimes. everybody shakes their head and agrees with that. also everyone agrees that hillary clinton is a corrupt liar. " blum co-sponsored an amendment to the u-s constitution to limit us representatives to 3 terms. "career politicians, i am tired of them. i am for term limits. the whole business of politics, is despicable." blum says he'll never make a career out of politics. he says he has not yet decided how many more times he will run for elected office. in dubuque, katie wiedemann kcrg tv-9 news. blum and challenger monica vernon will meet for their first and only debate tomorrow night in cedar rapids. kcrg-tv9 and the gazette will host at coe college, starting at 7.
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today, we will also look into iowa senator chuck grassley and his message. that will air on the kcrg- tv9 news at 6. in this year's race, grassley says he's expecting the outcome to be much closer than what he's seen in the past. while speaking to groups in waterloo and cedar rapids yesterday, grassley says he doesn't put a lot of stock in poll numbers. he did recall some early polls this year showing him with under 50 percent support. more recent polls put him in a 16 or 17 point lead grassley says he will campaign right up to the very last minute this year. he names this as his toughest race since his first campaign. " i;ve had the most serious challenge since i beat sen. john culver in 1980...i've won reelection by big margins i'm not going to win a big margin this time but it will be a tough pull" grassley and the other senators campaigning with him agreed republicans will
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despite the dropping poll numbers for republican presidential nominee donald trump. high school students in elkader are preparing this morning to host a debate. it's happening tonight and will feature candidates running for seats in the iowa house. those candidates are: democrat pat ritter and republican michael bergan in house district 55, and democrat patti ruff against republican kristi hager in district 56. that debate begins at 7 at central community high school in elkader. tests on its voting machines. a team of technicians, which includes democrats, republicans and independents tests every race. it includes the possibilities of potential undervotes, overvotes and write-ins. the technicians then compare the results with totals from hundreds of pre-marked ballots. the county says it wants to make sure the election is fair. "people come up with all sorts of ideas of what might happen. but, the fact is is that we use paper ballots that we keep
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the county will keep those ballots for 22 months after a general election. a recent washington post poll now shows the majority of both republicans and democrats believe voter fraud occurs. and iowa election officials say they are working to make sure it doesn't. republican candidate donald trump claims the election is rigged, and is focusing attention on allegations of voter fraud. the washington post shows 84 percent of repu democrats believe voter fraud is occurring. many believe illegal immigrants are voting. others believe people vote using the names of dead people. but the secretary of state's office says steps are taken to make sure that doesn't happen in iowa. "every month the secretary of state receives a list of people who have passed away not only in state of iowa, but those registered in iowa and other states and those persons are immediately...cancelled. in
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obitutaries.so we don't have dead people voting in iowa." election officials also work with the post office to check changes of address and disqualify illegal immigrants. the secretary of state's office says those who commit voter fraud will be caught and prosecuted. governor branstad says it might be time to raise the state's minimum wage, but it would be better if it were a uniform increase across the state. delicate balance though cuz obviously we want to improve the income for people who have minimum wage jobs, but we want to do it in a way that's going to drive small businesses out of business or actually destroy jobs." several counties in iowa have increased their minimum wage, including linn, johnson and
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sure those increases are legal under iowa law. a judge's order to ban guns and weapons in many iowa courthouses is causing controversy. chief judge kurt wilke issued the order two weeks ago for iowa's second judicial district. that includes bremer, butler, and floyd counties. the order covers courtrooms, clerks offices, judicial administrative offices and other areas... such as hallways, lobbies, and conference rooms. a board member of the iowa firearms coalition says he understands security co reaches when people can't carry weapons in public areas outside of courtrooms. a vinton woman is going to prison in connection to an accidental shooting that killed a 14 year old girl last year. a judge sentenced robyn merchant... .... to nearly four years in prison. she gave a semi- automatic rifle to her son, dillon winter-roth, who was only 16 at the time. when another teen was holding that rifle, it went off, and fired a bullet at 14
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hospital. the shooting happened in february 2015 at 1207 west fourth street in vinton. authorities say it was william hines junior who was holding the rifle when it went off. he was 17 at the time. prosecutors charged him with involuntary manslaughter and interference with official acts. his trial begins next month. frightening floats made their way through dubuque during the city's halloween parade. witch whistling for those ghouls and
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slight chance at a few rain showers developing later today. the overall timing of this low pressure system hasn't changed at all and should drop most of its rain during morning. a half inch to one inch of rainfall is possible with this system by the time it departs on wednesday afternoon. clouds should linger well into thursday with a return to much above normal temperatures by friday. in fact, many areas have a good shot at 70+ degrees again by friday
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temperatures going well into next week as well. today: isolated showers developing late in the afternoon and evening. wind: se 10-20. high: 56 tonight: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely. windy. wind: se 15-25. low: 50 tomorrow: showers and a windy at times. wind: var 10-20. high: 56 tom. night: mostly cloudy and cooler. wind: nw 5-15. low: 42 thanks kaj. plan on a cloudy tuesday with a slight chance at a few rain showers developing later today. the overall timing of this low
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morning. a half inch to one inch of rainfall is possible with this system by the time it departs on wednesday afternoon. clouds should linger well into thursday with a return to much above normal temperatures by friday. in fact, many areas have a good shot at 70+ degrees again by friday afternoon, with warmer than normal temperatures going well into next week as well. today: isolated showers developing late in the afternoon and evening. wind: se 10-20. high: 56 tonight: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely. windy. wind: se 15-25. low: 50 tomorrow: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely, mostly in the morning. windy at times. wind: var 10-20. high: 56 tom. night: mostly cloudy and cooler. wind: nw 5-15. low: 42 thanks kaj. halloween came one week early
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halloween parade. hundreds of people lined the streets of downtown dubuque to watch ghosts and goblins pass out candy. that included tv-9's joe winters, chris havely, justin
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" people's costumes, people's costumes. i'm just happy to be here and participate in this " the dubuque community y- m-c-a organizes the annual halloween parade. this year that organization is celebrating its 150th anniversary. cattle on feed is up, according to a u-s-d-a report. the inventory was slightly above the october 1st report from last year. more on that in today's but right now, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning!
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report, i'm david geiger. ---- china is going to try and fill the trade void in asia and the pacific if the u-s does not ratify the trans-pacific
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pacific trading nations from the u-s to their own economic and political sphere.. and according to the american farm bureau.. beijing is already negotiating a deal... "the regional comprehensiv e economic partnership or as we call it the rcep is going on for the last several years. not as comprehensive as the tpp, but includes many of the same nations in the asia- pacific region that t-p-p does but of course, the center piece of it would be china." ---- cattle on feed is up a bit.. according to the u-s-d- friday afternoon. cattle and calves on feedlots with a thousand head or more.. number 10 point three million head on the first of october... the inventory was slightly above the october first report. steer cattle and calves made up 67 percent of the inventory at six point eight million.. down about two percent from the year before. heifers and heifer calves accounted for about three point
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head.. marketing of fed cattle during september totaled about one point seven three million head.. about five percent more than 2015 numbers. ---- that cattle on feed report kept the rally in the markets going.. analyst jamey kohake has more.. "got a little bit of a mixed bag so far this morning. corn still looks to be rangebound. good demand keeps that supported. over to the soy complex that was the big story overnight. november beans missed the 10 dollar by a quarter of a tick. jan beans did get through now. that'll be the key to hold 10 dollars. the strength is coming from demand with china still. and also the asian palm oil market is being very, very supportive. you've got resistance about 10-15 cents higher from where we are right now and i would look for some profit taking in that zone." "cattle complex sharply higher, green across the entire complex. the placement number on friday has spurred more short
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right now in the feeders, still looking very, very strong." "hogs are getting spillover as well, too. mostly off the beef sector, don't see a long term story here at all. still got plenty of supply. cash market's weak, cutout's weak. same old story. we'll be looking for spots to get short in hogs on about a $1.50 higher on where we are right now." as for the colfax sheep and goat auction on saturday.... feeder lambs fetched the days high average price of $1.76 per pound, while pound. the goats at the auction saw a high average price ranging from $70 to $195 per head. ---- the trade deal that would have eliminated 98 percent of tariffs between the european union and canada is now more or less dead.. according to canadian trade minister chrystia freeland says the e-u is not capable of signing a trade deal right now.. formally called the comprehensive economic and trade agreement.. some
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the time i have for the show today.. thanks for tuning in.. i hope to see you again next time. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt oc: standard some athletes' moves on the field wow and impress viewers in the stadium and at home. but one clear creek amana band member is stealing the spotlight in the stands. that's in this week's golden
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slight chance at a few rain showers developing later today. the overall timing of this low pressure system hasn't changed at all and should drop most of its rain during
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inch of rainfall is possible with this system by the time it departs on wednesday afternoon. clouds should linger well into thursday with a return to much above normal temperatures by fi have a good shot at 70+ degrees again by friday afternoon, with warmer than normal temperatures going well
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in the afternoon and evening. wind: se 10-20. high: 56 tonight: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely. windy. wind: se 15-25. low: 50 tomorrow: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely, mostly in the morning. windy at times. wind: var 10-20. high: 56 tom. night: mostly cloudy and cooler. wind: nw 5-15. low: 42 the cheering crowd,th intense competition. it's easy to get caught up in the game. but sometimes, players literally get caught up. that's in this week's golden klutz. let's start out on the pitch and one of the craziest things i have seen the florida on the break away gets her foot caught on the defenders shoot string. what are the odds of the shoe string prevent a possible breakaway goal. how bout the worst bicycle kick i have ever seen.
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was just a little off. worst penalty kick the stop by the goalie and he has a wide open net.. and shanks it wide right. another look wide open net not even close worst ally opp i have seen yikes what was that. another this a little embarrassing. and it was a rough week for the punters. should i punt should i run. i thin your in trouble and he even cuaghs it up. on the sidelines. it could be worse you could try a fake punt in 4th 19 deep in your own endzone. i like the element of suprise but that's crazy. and these player only need one hand today checkout the amazing in handed interception by northwestern . and how bout hail mary catch by cincinnatis aj green one handed in heavy traffic for the touchdown to end the first half.. another one handed batts it to himself juggling one handed brings it in.. best dancer of the week from
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the camera is on him. worst own goal tries to clear it to his teammate but nobody is home and remember when michigan's mile legg made this amazing scoo shot goal from behind the net in 96. well he is back at it again. during at intermission of a michigan game he made this amazing trick shot ya that's worth of were not worthy.. and they carry him off the ice good night one man in eastern iowa changed his plea just before he was set to go to trial. one man in eastern iowa changed his plea just before he was set to go to trial. and a driver has life- threatening injuries after slamming into the back of a school bus. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's ---. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now,
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early morning news. to keep costs from adding up, the linn mar school district has decided to change which students go to which buildings. one man in iowa is hoping to hit the right notes with high school students. he wants them in school and off the streets. "i just have always wanted to learn more languages " this month's student of the month learned two languages early in good tuesday morning! it's 530 on october 25th. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a cloudy tuesday with a slight chance at a few rain showers developing later today. the overall timing of this low
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at all and should drop most of its rain during the night and into wednesday morning. a half inch to one inch of rainfall is possible with this system by the time it departs on wednesday afternoon. clouds should linger well into thursday with a return to much above normal temperatures by friday. in fact, many areas have a good shot at 70+ degrees again by friday afternoon, with warmer than normal temperatures going well into next week as well. today: isolated showers developing late in the afternoon and evening. wind: se 10-20. high: 56 tonight: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely. windy. wind: se 15-25. low: 50 tomorrow: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely, mostly in the morning. windy at times. wind: var 10-20. high: 56 tom. night: mostly cloudy ad thanks kaj.
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say overcrowding has them contemplating space solutions. now, district leaders have unanimously voted in favor of restructurin g schools. here's the district's idea. preschool through fourth grade students would go to the existing elementary schools. fifth through seventh graders would go to two middle schools, one of which the district would need to build. eighth and ninth graders would go to a converted center which is currently excelsior middle school. and 10th through 12th graders would attend linn-mar high school. kcrg tv9's jordee kalk district. jordee: the linn mar school district says this is the most cost- effective plan for addressing capacity issues. but before the plan would be put into place, voters would have to pass a bond referendum. take vo: the district's next step is figuring out a way to introduce this plan to voters. the exact cost of the referendum isn't known yet. the district says it would have to find land and a pick an architect for the new school. the district believes constructing one new middle school will solve
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school and high school. the superintenden t says this plan also allows more kids of similar ages to learn together. 19:53, "we're going to look at that 5 through 7 as a culmination of the elementary school experience and really the 8 and 9 as the pivot into high school jordee: again there's no exact timeline for when voters could see this bond referendum on a ballot. in the newsroom, jordee kalk, kcrg tv9 news. administrator' s lawsuit against the board of regents is continuing to court. a judge ruled the lawsuit could move forward yesterday. it centers around private meetings the board of regents held with bruce harreld. they later hired harreld as the university's president. the lawsuit argues the group violated the iowa open meetings act. the board of regents says it didn't violate the law, because a majority of the board members were not present. in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. a man in eastern iowa who was
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his partners has taken a plea deal. 35-year-old adam musser of coralville pleaded not guilty to five counts of criminal transmission of an infectious disease. police say he passed h-i-v to two women last year after telling them he was disease-free. musser was set to go to trial this week, but according to court records.. he changed his plea to guilty and took a deal yesterday. we are working to get more details on the specifics in that deal. into the back of a springville school bus is in the hospital this morning with life- threatening injuries. the linn county sheriff's office says it happened shortly after 3:30 yesterday afternoon near highway 151 and stone road. first responders had to pull the driver out of her vehicle before taking her to the hospital. authorities have not released her name. six students were on the bus. one of them had minor injuries. california authorities are trying to identify two more people killed in a major
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passengers on board died when the bus crashed into the back of semi-truck over the weekend. the california highway patrol is investigating why the bus was going so fast. "there was no appearance of braking. there was no skid marks from the bus at the time of the collision. the only skid marks were directly related to the big rig as it got pushed forward. " authorities say the driver of the bus is one of the 13 des moines police say a 14-year-old is in critical condition this morning after getting shot in the head. police say they received reports of a shooting around six last night. authorities say another person took the teen to the hospital, where police were first called. the investigation into the shooting is ongoing. a des moines rapper's anti violence message now has song and music video. song playing will keeps released his song
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features keeps singing alongside harding middle school students. the song aims to inspire kids that good grades are cool, and college is something to strive for. "we want the kids to say hey look - i am not going there - i am not going to the streets - i am going straight to my education - i am showing the whole world how great i am " keeps is donating 10- percent of his profits to college funds for the kids in his "greatness" video through the "i have a dream fund." you can music videos on amazon or itunes. sleeping in the same room with your newborn for up to a year could greatly decrease the risk of sudden infant death syndrome. that's according to a new report from the american academy of pediatrics. infants between one and four months old are at the greatest risk for sids. researchers believe when the baby is resting closer to their mother, they may be more comfortable. the report warns parents against sharing a bed with their children. instead, newborns
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alone. "we also have bedding, we have pillows, we have duvet covers, we have sheets. theres a lot of extra material on that bed that really shouldn't be around an infant especially when we're talking about breathing, suffocation, strangulation, entrapment. " keeping the room temperature beeen 68 and 72 degrees and increasing air flow can also reduce your child's risk of sids. a senior at washington high school in washington, iowa is more than a helpful voice to her classmt is an inspiration to students and her teachers as she's always looking for an opportunity to learn, master and mentor. here is our kcrg-tv9 student of the month, presented by hills bank and trust. mas espacio? in spanish, nayra lujano helps her bandmates speak the universal language of music. music playing when three
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the band at washington high school... music playing ...nayra's mom, who's also a biligual outreach coordinator, made it happen. "she talked to our band director and he said yeah, sure - sign them up for second block and i decided to take that second block as well so i could be there and help them learn their instruments and translate." music playing and if you think that's impressive - this 17-year old also has a good speak a little french and picked up sign language to communicate with a classmate who is deaf. "lots of people didn't put in the effort to communicate with him. so i taught myself a little bit of sign language to learn that." her determination is with her in the auditorium as a theatre stage manager, in meetings as a student voice for leadership washington, as she helps others embrace all cultures in a multicultural club and while building robots as part of the
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school, she passed out lifesavers to help her fellow students survive the first day. walking down the hall with other students - not the first vid we shot "if people have a problem or if they need something they don't feel uncomfortable coming to ask me and i'm more than willing to help, i mean, i love being there for others." "so she's really our best friend, because if we have a kid who's struggling, she's the one who steps in and says hey - i bet i can help you with that math concept. " nats of convo in the classrom english teacher robin flattery says nayra's big picture thinking helps her learn and then teach others complex concepts. with a blend of skills in english, science, math and the arts, she says it's difficult to predict nayra's future looks like for nayra because she's going to make it and create it from scratch and i'm excited to live in that world." back in the bandroom - nats "i'm not quite sure where i'll end up in the future but it will be something great i'm pretty sure. i don't think i'll settle for anything less." nats nayra lujano, our kcrg-tv9 estudiante del mes. nayra's current interest is in
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engineering - possibly as a major at iowa state. she says she wants to hold onto her love of music and theatre no matter what she decides to do. if you know a student you'd like to nominate, head to kcrg dot com slash student of the month. we'll announce three finalists for november the first tuesday of the month. stocks finished in the green on the first day of trading after one company announced a buyout. but investors are nervous about the possible repercussions if at&t spends
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changed at all and should drop most of its rain during the night and into wednesday morning. a half inch to one inch of rainfall is possible with this system by the time it departs on wednesday afternoon. clouds should linger well into thursday with a return to much above normal temperatures by friday. in fact, many areas have a good shot at 70+ degrees temperatures going well into next week as well. today: isolated showers developing late in the afternoon and evening. wind: se 10-20. high: 56 tonight: showers and a few
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s likely. windy. wind: se 15-25. low: 50 tomorrow: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely, mostly in the morning. windy at times. wind: var 10-20. high: 56 tom. night: mostly cloudy and cooler. wind: nw 5-15.
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cedar river crested in cedar rapids, you can still see piles of sandbags outside some downtown businesses. now the city wants those businesses to remove them by the end of the week. the city picked up sandbags from residential areas after last month's flood, but it's not doing that for businesses. and they have to make their own arrangements getting rid of them. the businesses can drop off sandbags at four locations... in the newbo district, at czec village, or at the old sixth street alliant energy power plant. the city says businesses that don't move the sandbags could face fines. one car company has managed to stay on top of the list once again for the most reliable luxury car. and a milestone for american car companies--on e finally broke the top three in that list. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg tv-nine.
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investors were excited about corporate deals from the weekend. but investors were doubtful the biggest deal, at&t's agreement to buy time warner, will happen. time warner shares fell more than three percent on yesterday to close about 20 dollars less than at&t offered. the deal will likely face some of the toughest regulatory scrutiny in
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watchdog group, believes the deal would put too much market, communications, and political power into one corporation. the total buyout would be 85-point-4 billion dollars. for the fourth straight year, lexus topped the latest survey from consumer reports as the most reliable brand. the lexus c-t 200-h won the title with the toyota prius coming in second. buick, general motors near-luxury brand, is the first domestic br started tracking luxury and reliability. restaurant brands international, which owns burger king and tim horton stores, reported a rise in third- quarter sales, but growth was lower than a year ago. sales at established burger king stores rose 1-point-7 percent around the world. the u-s and canada locations reported weaker sales. some point to cheaper groceries as the reason for little growth. outdoor retailer, r-e-i announced it will keep its stores closed on black friday
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will pay employees for the day off as part of an effort to get people to spend time outdoors. online shoppers can put items in their carts on that day, but no orders will be processed. the only r-e-i store in iowa is in west des moines. it's here's a live look at on our city cam.
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later today. the overall timing of this low pressure system hasn't changed at all and should drop most of its rain during the night and into wednesday morning. a half inch to one inch of rainfal this system by the time it departs on wednesday afternoon. clouds should linger well into thursday with a return to much above normal temperatures by friday. in fact, many areas have a good shot at 70+ degrees again by friday afternoon, with warmer than normal temperatures going well into next week as well. today: isolated showers developing late in the
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high: 56 tonight: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely. windy. wind: se 15-25. low: 50 tomorrow: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely, mostly in the morning. windy at times. wind: var 10-20. high: 56 tom. night: mostly cloudy and cooler. wind: nw 5-15. low: 42 thanks kaj. here's a look at what's ahead
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springville volleyball team at 25-7. the orioles hosted cedar valley christian in the 1a quat valley christian in the blue jerseys and the set is for maggie cash and she delivers a hot taumalee.. but springville dominated this set and the match. alyssa jaeger giving the home town crowd something to cheer about. the oriole defense was also impressive. check out the block by jaeger and madilyn wagaman as they win the first set 25-13. now let's go under the net. megan allsup the dig and mikayla na-hazel with the rejection. springville with a 3-0 sweep
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belle plaine thursday. in class 2a quarterfinals west branch hosting regina ...regals jump out to the early lead behind some monster kills from sarah leeman. regina up 12-5 in the opening set... --the regals keep pouring it on...olivia wolfe with side-spin on her kill as regina wins the first set 25-15... --but west branch comes storming back in the second...sophia napole-us serves up the ace...bears regina ties it at 18, abby knoop brings down the hammer as west branch retakes the lead... --more from knoop as west branch wins 3-1...the bears will face wilton in the region semifinals football news.. iowa all-american defensive back desmond king is a semi- finalist for the thorpe award which he won last year as the best defensive back in the country. he is also a quarter- finalist for the lott impact trophy.. king
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starting off with a live look at . it's tuesday, october 25th. here's what you need to know today. more students means a demand for more space. the linn mar school district has decided save money and rearrange schools. "you're for him, but you're not for him. but you're kind of for him. what the heck?" president obama criticizes republicans for their stance on donald trump. and trump knocked the president for campaigning too much. trump's claims of a "rigged election" sparked worries about voter fraud across the country. iowa election officials explain the steps they've taken to ensure honest voting. senator grassley says republicans will still control the senate after november. he says his own race is one of the toughest he's

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